Castilleja School, established in 1907, provides college-preparatory education to women in grades six through 12. The school educates women by fostering their intellectual, physical, creative and emotional growth. The school offers classes in a variety of subjects, such as math, English, history, health and wellness, life science and physical education. Additionally, the students are imparted classes in French, Latin and Spanish languages. It organizes an assortment of extracurricular activities, including team sports, clubs, community service projects, student government, dramatic and musical performances, peer tutoring and counseling, art and science exhibits, teaching assistantships and students exchange programs. Located in Palo Alto, Calif., Castilleja School promotes physical well-being of students by organizing an array of sporting activities that include basketball, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, volleyball and water polo.